Phoebe Judge speaks with author Will Schwalbe about the books he and his mother read and talked about as she was dying of cancer. Read about his own book here.
Studs Terkel interviews R. Buckminster Fuller
Gregory Porter sings and scats talking to Phoebe Judge about being his mother's "songster" and being told he sounded like Nat King Cole as a boy.
We hear from Martin Luther King Jr. about his first realization, as a boy, that blacks and whites were treated differently.
An Executive Chef at a country club in Greenwich, Connecticut says he can't find people to take the jobs that he has open.
Kayaking and walking on Ellesmere Island, a rugged land of towering mountains, vast ice fields, and a deeply indented coastline.
Remembering Mary Bonamo, a former guest who died at age 108.
How a Chicago group battled a machine-backed alderman over allowing children to play basketball at a park.
How filmmaker John Frame makes his stop-motion films.
Ray Materson tells the story of how he began to embroider tiny images while he was serving a robbery sentence in prison.
Dick speaks with Kurt Skarjune, a retired officer, and Lee Guelff, the brother of a slain officer, about banning mail-order sales of body armor to convicted felons.
Dick speaks with Tony Deifell, who teaches photography to blind teenagers.
A poem by author Naomi Shihab Nye.
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